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Changeing Level 1 Width

Thread began 8/25/2009 10:33 pm by lee266802 | Last modified 8/27/2009 7:02 pm by lee266802 | 1343 views | 5 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I think the heart of the problem is in your layout. There is something in your layout that is causing the overlap that I cannot see.

if I create a new layout Using what I think you selected:
Bubble, Nautica

and change only the width of the level one menu's to 100px, I am not able to reproduce the problem that you are experiencing.

If you can walk me through all of the exact changes you made to the BEA Layout, then maybe I could find the problem, but not being able to create a layout that exhibits the same issue, I am at a loss.

can you try creating a new layout where the only change that is made is changing the width of the level one menus?

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